Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd, the state-run telecom operator, now revised its 4G Plus tariff plans, which allows a customer to connect to a BSNL Wi-Fi Hotspot in the available region. Alongside revising the existing plans, the telco also launched three new 4G Plus WiFi plans. The revised plans are now offering better data benefit than earlier, as expected. The BSNL 4G Plus WiFi plans now start at Rs 10 and goes all the way up to Rs 1,999. And the data benefit ranges from 300MB with the entry-level plan to 150GB with the premium plan.

The new plans are BSNL WiFi 50 of Rs 50, BSNL WiFi 90 of Rs 90 and BSNL WiFi 500 of Rs 500. The Rs 50 plan gives 2GB of free data for 14 days, the Rs 90 plan offers 4GB of free data for 28 days, and the Rs 500 plan offers 30GB of data for 28 days.

As stated, the 4G Plus WiFi plans start at Rs 10 which is the base plan as it gives 300MB of data with one-day validity. Next up, we have plans of Rs 20, Rs 30, Rs 40, Rs 60, Rs 75, Rs 80, Rs 100 under Rs 100. The Rs 20 plan provides a user with 500MB of free data for three days, whereas the Rs 30 and Rs 40 plan offers 1GB and 1.5GB free data for 14 days.

Coming to the premium plans, BSNL is offering Rs 999 and Rs 1,999 plans with more data offering. The Rs 999 4G Plus WiFi plan will now offer 75GB of free data, while the Rs 1999 plan gives 160GB of free data. Both the plans are valid for 28 days from the date of recharge. Check the below image for all the revised plan details.

BSNL is currently in the process of adding more 4G Plus WiFi hotspots across the country. The BSNL 4G Plus WiFi vouchers are available for both prepaid and postpaid users. But for BSNL postpaid users, the company also has another scheme of BSNL Broad Fi which allows the BSNL postpaid customers to enjoy data without any extra charges.

Do make a note that these are pan-India plans, meaning any BSNL customer can purchase this plan if their location has a BSNL 4G Plus WiFi hotspot. – Telecom Info 

 


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